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I think the answer to your question is "maybe", depending on the exact implementation details, and my solution is rather complicated... Assuming the app uses a Bluetooth PAN*, which Android recognizes as a network device (i.e., one which would you can bridge against) You could connect both devices to the same VPN, bridge the PAN and the VPN, effectively ...


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I dont know if it helps, but I had a similar experience and thought I'd tell you about my fix. For some reason when I upgraded my phone to a Droid Turbo, my new phone was unable to connect to my awesome Motorola stereo headphones-- I was getting the same "incorrect PIN" message you were getting. I struggled for about 40 minutes. Here's the fix-- maybe you ...


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Because this resource isn't as old as the current question is, I am sure it is the answer. The limitation for sending output to multiple connected bluetooth devices is not about a feature. Its about how Bluetooth enabled communicate with each other. Bluetooth, from day one, was designed for a one-on-one communication over short distances for short periods ...


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Yes, it is possible. However the limitation I found is that, output can only go to one bluetooth device connected, and not to all the bluetooth devices simultaneously. For instance, Throw is a feature that came with Sony Xperia Z2, which manages connections to multiple Bluetooth devices and commands and gives options which connected device you might wanna ...


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This is a partial answer because sadly, the bluetooth in my devices doesn't connect to each other automatically. Once you're done with the device trigger (Profile) you have to create a task. Following can be one of the tasks to reach the objective in question: Go to TASKS → Enter a name → + → Code →Run Shell. Under Command field, ...


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Highly depends on the bluetooth profile and capabilities of your stereo. Some only implement call button profiles, some implement audio only and some support audio and buttons. Some have advance support for Playlist and file system. A FM Bluetooth adapter I had could play and stop my music but couldn't see play lists or anything. If you press the play ...



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